English Corner

Countable and uncountable nouns


  1. Countable/Uncountable Nouns
  2. How Many/Much and Quantifiers
  3. Sentence Structures
  4. Coordinating Conjunctions—And, But, and Or
  5. Advice Modals
  6. Necessity Modals
  7. Habitual Past—Used to
  8. Simple Future
  9. Wh- Questions 1
  10. Wh- Questions 2
  11. Prepositions of Place and Direction
  12. Prepositions of Time
  13. Comparatives
  14. Superlatives
  15. Adverbs of Sequence
  16. Adverbs of Frequency


Grammar Success 2

Riddle – Thanksgiving Dinner

Susan has invited her family to Thanksgiving Dinner. As her plates are not the best, Susan wants to buy new plates – one for each person at her Thanksgiving Dinner.

Therell be a grandfather, a grandmother, two fathers, two mothers, four children, three grandchildren, one brother, two sisters, two sons, two daughters, one father-in-law, one mother-in-law and a daughter-in-law.

At least how many plates does Susan need to buy?

Note: Some members of her family are listed more than once (after all a father is also a son etc.).

Find out who goes fishing

In this riddle you must assort the information given in order to find out who goes fishing.


  • There are 5 houses of 5 different colours: blue, green, red, white, yellow
  • In each house lives a person of a different nationality: American, Australian, British, Canadian, Irish
  • Each of the 5 house-owners has a certain job: carpenter, lawyer, pilot, plumber, waiter
  • Each of the 5 house-owners has a certain hobby: chess, fishing, football, sailing, tennis
  • Each of the 5 house-owners has a certain pet: cat, dog, goldfish, hamster, horse

None of them have the same pet, job or hobby.